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About bLguerriero1

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    umm, the jets?

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    beating the colts first round of the playoffs... CUT THAT MEAT
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    missed field goals in pittsburgh... losing to broncos/ oakland... plenty of those
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    nope

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  1. He's gotta make his money while he can. I'm disappointed because he's a great player and an infectious personality. But no one man is bigger than the program
  2. Everybody will be running some sort of RPO this year. And if we are going to be an outside zone based team with west coast principals, RPO would fit perfectly into what we want to do. I'd love to see the Jets be ahead of the curve.
  3. This is definitely an oversimplification. Everyone runs zone (actually most of the run plays you watch are probably some sort of zone play), everyone runs man, everyone runs gap scheme.. etc... This specific play is more outside zone or "stretch", which again everyone runs... So it's not like we didn't see a bunch of stretch this past year but obviously it'll be a staple going forward. I've always liked stretch because it puts the linebackers in a bind and the offensive line really doesn't need to be able to move people as long as the RB has great vision and anticipation. You can get a
  4. I actually love this. Those are some EXPLOSIVE players
  5. Maybe I'm in the minority here but a short qb with off the field issues doesn't get me too excited.
  6. Hack had one of the worst offensive lines in college and took something like over 100 sacks in his career... The kid is gun shy... you can see him not stepping to the target and fading away when pressure is coming or the pocket is collapsing. Changing his footwork mid-career (O'Brien Pro Style/Franklin Spread) definitely didn't help... but I think he's just more afraid of being hit, even if it's subconsciously... he took a beating and in the heat of the moment you see him revert if he can break the bad habit, he's ridiculously talented and every bit as talented as anyone who's
  7. as a football coach, I always enjoy talking a little ball... slow day in the offseason, let's take a closer look at what's going on here
  8. Just watching some bs youtube cut up of Lee. I think it should be noted he's definitely not an inside lb. He's like the new age Sam/Strong Safety. Aligning over #2, alley run support/getting under #1 on pass, coming off the edge. Sort of a jack of all trades master of none position. Difficult for WR's to block but he'd be lost on the inside, and too small to align on a TE. Athletically he can definitely run. From what I can tell, it looks like OSU runs a field front. He triggers pretty quickly on outside run which i like. check it out for yourselves:
  9. would love to see abdullah be the pick.... twitchy, great balance, jump cuts and explosion
  10. I, for one, don't think CJ is washed up by any means. It's very difficult to run the ball when your QB and OL aren't very good. He may not be the player he was in 2009, but if he comes here... he's going to start haven't posted in a long time, feels good
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